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Beep

A slang term for basis point.
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Children responded quicker to the attention task after completing the run/walk, compared to the control and bleep test activities, and were better at controlling their responses after doing the run/walk and bleep test than they were after the control activity.
As an added bonus, you can use the Bleep cable as a flash drive for viewing and transferring files.
Lee Landau, Bleep eebag Divisional Director said, “I am excited to see our customers realise the win-win of immediately measureable cost and plastic bag resource reduction, enhancing the shopper experience and shrinking the harmful environmental impact of disposable plastic so dramatically whilst making the economics work for all stakeholders in a controlled and compliant way.
A bleep test involves running progressively faster between two lines 15 metres apart.
Badly Bleeped TV, in which TV and radio clips are played with words bleeped out, has been a regular feature on the BBC station.
Now, with multimedia exposure in films such as "What the Bleep Do We Know?" and Dr.
It's hard to easily categorize William Arnitz, Betsy Chasse And Mark Vicente collaboratively written What The Bleep Do We Know?
The real estate depression of the late 1970's appears to be a bleep to today's age group.
The opening statement of A Love Supreme is heard immediately following a scene in which the protagonist, jazz trumpeter Bleep Gilliam (played by Denzel Washington), has asked Indigo Downs (Joie Lee), one of the two women he has been involved with throughout the film, to marry him.
Renewing a successful partnership first established for the London Olympics in 2012, Ingenico Group and Bleep have once again teamed up to provide payment services at the pop-up stores at the 2016 European Football Championship this summer in France.With 50 pop-up stores in 10 locations across France including Nice, Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Saint-Etienne, Lille, Lens, and two stadiums in Paris including Stade de France.